Thursday, April 18, 2013
Richard Keczely, 22, of Chalfont, and Thomas Yuknus, 20, of Doylestown, allegedly stole watches, iPhones, iPods, and credit cards from the lockers, police said. They then allegedly used the cards at various retail stores in Bucks and Montgomery counties.
Hatfield Township Police have arrested and charged two Bucks County men with 32 criminal offenses, including felony theft, in connection with nine thefts from lockers at Hatfield Ice World, 350 County Line Road, Hatfield, between October 2012 and March 2013. Richard Keczely, 22, of Chalfont, and Thomas Yuknus, 20, of Doylestown, allegedly stole watches, iPhones, iPods, and credit cards from the lockers, police said. Keczely and Yuknus allegedly used the stolen credit cards at several retail locations in Montgomery and Bucks counties, police said. Keczely and Yuknus are each charged with felony theft, felony conspiracy to commit theft, felony receiving stolen property, felony conspiracy of receiving stolen property, six misdemeanor counts …
Sunday, February 17, 2013
This week's stories include a violent valentine leading to the arrest of a Montco man, an alleged armed father-son duo accused of stealing a cart full of groceries and a man who accidentally triggered a bomb scare by parking his car.
Violent Valentine Leads to Arrest of Montco Man: According to a report in the Perkiomen Valley Patch, a 30-year-old man is facing a lengthy list of charges after he allegedly followed his wife to work to deliver his "Valentine." The report states that when police encountered the man, they found items in his possession including cable restraints, ammunition, arrowheads, a machete, a Kevlar helmet and vest, guns, and a Valentine's Day card depicting 39 "forms of violence and killing." Read the full story here. Armed Father-Son Duo Steals Cart of Groceries, Police Say: According to a report in the Ambler Patch, an alleged armed father-son duo was arrested after allegedly attempting to steal a cart filled with groceries from Giant. When …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Dae Woo, 55, of Harleysville, and Young Miller, 57, of Philadelphia, are facing 26 criminal charges, including felony forgery charges and theft by deception charges for allegedly passing fraudulent checks and making withdrawals at more than six banks
A Philadelphia-area man and woman are facing charges this month after police say they passed fraudulent checks and made withdrawals at more than half a dozen banks in Bucks and Montgomery counties, including one in Plymouth Meeting. Plymouth Police have charged both Dae Woo, 55, of Harleysville, and Young Miller, 57, of Philadelphia, with 26 criminal counts that include felony forgery and theft by deception. In an affidavit of probable cause, police say they were first approached by a TD Bank corporate investigator, who had uncovered the alleged scheme, in late November. The investigator told police that he had been monitoring suspicious activity dating back to July 2012, when Woo allegedly opened a bank account in Willow Grove. Although …
Friday, November 16, 2012
Issac Green, 34, pleaded guilty to passing a fake prescription for Percocet at a North Broad Street pharmacy in July. He was sentenced to 23 months in prison
A Quakertown man was sentenced to a maximum of 23 months in Montgomery County prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to forging a prescription at the Rite Aid in Hatfield Township in July. Issac Green, 34, of the 200 block of South Eleventh Street, pleaded guilty to a felony count of criminal attempt to commit forgery, according to Carl Hessler Jr. of North Penn Life. The plea agreement was accepted by Judge Steven T. O’Neill, who also ordered Green to complete three years’ probation after parole, according to the article. Green dropped off a prescription for Percocet on July 25 at the Rite Aid on North Broad Street, which was in the name of a Philadelphia woman, according to the report. Green returned to the pharmacy, where he was …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Joshua Yespy, 34, faces a felony forgery and misdemeanor theft charge in Whitpain Township
Joshua Yespy, 34, of the 300 block of West Fifth Street, Lansdale, was nabbed August 20 on a warrant by Whitpain Township Police in Ambler Borough. Police said at 9:47 a.m. they received information that Yespy was in the area of McDonald's on Butler Avenue in Ambler. Yespy had an active Montgomery County warrant against him for failure to appear at a pre-trial conference in June, police said. According to court records, Yespy faces a felony forgery charge and a misdemeanor theft of moveable property charge in Whitpain Township from February 2012. Yespy was taken into custody by Ambler and Whitpain Township police and was released to Montgomery County Sheriff's Department, police said.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Dianna Laird, 33, of Telford, failed to show up for a preliminary hearing on felony forgery charges in Lower Salford Township in connection with allegedly attempting to pass a fake prescription at Rann Pharmacy
Dianna Laird, 33, of the 100 block of Reliance Place in Telford is now a fugitive. Laird failed to appear at a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning before Judge Albert Augustine at District Court in Schwenksville to face 12 charges - including eight felonies - related to an incident where she allegedly attempted to pass a fake prescription for Roxicodone at Rann Pharmacy in Lower Salford Township. All charges against Laird were waived to Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas, due to her failure to appear. Charges include: According to Pennsylvania law, if a court finds a defendant's absence is without good cause and after notice, the absence is deemed a waiver and the defendant cannot present any further proceedings before a court. …